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Ashish Sahni Quits Tata Motors

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Ashish Sahni Quits Tata Motors

Ashish Sahni, Head- Digital Marketing (Passenger Vehicles Business Unit) Tata Motors, has stepped down from his role.

He confirmed the news of his exit to Exchange4media and said, “ It’s been a very memorable and exciting journey, both from industrial perspective as well as personally also. We all had worked on very prestigious projects and achieved massive growth. I am very fortunate that in my leadership, I was able to put up some positive ideas.

Ashish Served his last day on Friday and said, “Today I am leaving my team behind and very much confident, that the young leaders will take the brand to new heights. When asked about his future plans, he said, “I am taking a short break for now, but very soon I’ll be back with a new phase of my career.

There is not much known about his next move yet. Ashish served a stint of more than 5 years at Tata Motors.

He joined the company in 2012 as Head- Digital Marketing ( Passenger Vehicles Business Unit).Prior to joining Tata Motors, he was the Head at Jet Airways India. He also had stints with Apollo Munich and ICICI Lombard

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